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Paso Robles Wine Festival May 15-18

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Paso Robles Wine Country invites wine lovers to see first-hand what makes this region so special. Join in on the 32nd Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival on May 15-18, 2014 and be part of the traditions, triumphs and character of this unique region. The winemakers of Paso Robles invite you to celebrate the wines of Paso.

The event kicks off on Thursday, May 15 with a selection of Winemaker Dinners. On Friday, May 16 over 40 wineries will feature their Library, Reserve, White/Rose and Futures complemented by fresh and local gourmet bits at the special Reserve Event and Auction in the Paso Robles City Park downtown.

Saturday, May 17 is the Grand Tasting, but start off with the fun and educational Winemaker Seminar in the Paso Robles Inn Ballroom from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. where you can listen and taste along as winemakers explore characteristics classic to Paso Robles wines. Then move on out to the Paso Robles City Park for the Grand Tasting where over 60 wineries come together to showcase their wines alongside culinary samplings. The wines will be arranged by “regions” for a seamless and focused tasting experience: Bordeaux-style, Rhone-style, Zinfandel, Burgundian-style, Italian-style and Other Wild Wines for your tasting pleasure.

And, throughout the weekend there will be over 130 winery events at the wineries featuring winemaker dinners, live music, barrel samplings and more.

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